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FML - The follow-up
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I recently graduated from college and moved in this brand new unit / my first apartment, which is in a different state. I figured the rates were just low and the apartment was energy efficient. Come to find out, my bills actually exceeded $100 and $200 some months... I just don't understand how the customer service reps at the utility company, nor the complex--who was paying my actual bill the entire time--did not catch it sooner, especially considering they would be more familiar with how the
By MelMayle - / Tuesday 5 January 2010 16:32 / United States
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Oh wow...you know...I'd tell them to bugger off and it's their bad. Lol. If my dad told that to UnionGas in Canada he'd win that. It's their mistake. Dumb douches :P

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#97 no, dumbass, they charged him the bill of an unoccupied unit instead of his own house. therefore he got near-nonexistent charges instead of the proper ones. YOU learn to read before you try to insult someone else's reading abilities.

yeah, just take them to court. it's not your fault that they didn't know what they were doing when they did the meters. any judge should rule in your favor i would think

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